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Emperor Akihito: Japanese monarch declares historic abdication

In his last public address as emperor, Akihito handed over the symbols of power and thanked the public for their support during his 30-year...

Watch Teen Kids News Full Episode | April 26th – May 3rd, 2019

A BLOCK:  On June 6, 1944, Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy and turned the tides of World War II. As Ryan reports...

1960’s Afghanistan Was Very Different Before The Taliban

When you think of Afghanistan, you probably don’t think of short skirts, nice cars and liberal lifestyles, but just as Iran looked very different in...

Thinking of Studying Abroad? It’s Not All About Cost

Studying abroad can provide a unique opportunity for college students to not only expand their education but also be exposed to different cultures and...

Avengers: Endgame ‘satisfying’ and ‘glorious’, say critics

Critics have been left dazzled by the latest Avengers film, describing it as "glorious", "irresistible", "intensely satisfying" and "masterful". In his five-star review, The Guardian's...

Enemies in the Heat of Battle, Friends for 60 Years

When he first met John Rich, Takeo Sato, a 25-year-old Japanese Imperial Navy officer, had just been pulled shell-shocked from the ruins of a...

Watch Teen Kids News Full Episode | April 19 th – April 26 th...

A BLOCK:  Kids face a lot of hazards during their teen years: drugs, bullying, distracted driving, to name a few.  But as Emily reports,...

11 easy ways you can help save the planet this Earth Day

When the holiday first took place on April 22, 1970, pollution was a visible threat . McCarthy—the former Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency...

Where Are The Romanovs’ Missing Fabergé Easter Eggs?

After the Russian Revolution, the country's new leaders, looking to make some quick rubles, started selling off the dazzling imperial treasures. In 2010, an American...

15 Surprising Facts About the White House Easter Egg Roll

For many of us, the Monday after Easter goes back to normal, as if the holiday never happened. We put away our Sunday’s best,...